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Change the alpha level of your secondary color.

I am a very new user and I don't know what that means. I have a photo that I am doing in black and white and color, when I try to make the cheeks on a person have a little color it looks way too fleshy.

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Change the alpha level of your secondary color.

I am a very new user and I don't know what that means. I have a photo that I am doing in black and white and color, when I try to make the cheeks on a person have a little color it looks way too fleshy.

What does this have to do with Eraser Opacity?

You mean you want to add more color to the cheek? or?

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Change the alpha level of your secondary color.

He meant that when you have eraser selected, click on more> in the colors window and change the transparency level to something like 1.

Of course to make it more efficient, you could click on the secondary color and change the transparency of that to one and leave primary alone so that you can left-click to fully erase and right-click to slowly erase.

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Thread is old, old, old MrHazardousMC - therefore we should consider it dead and buried.

If you would like to revive the topic please just create a new thread. Thanks and welcome to the forum!

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